Sunday, December 10, 2023


Ruko, known for their high quality flying drones, is expanding its product offerings by manufacturing fun toys for kids which include remote control cars and trucks. They were kind enough to send me one of their new RC trucks that has a purple and pink color scheme that shows girls they can be feminine and rugged at the same time. This remote control truck has style but also is tough enough for having plenty of off road fun with it. 

I just received this Ruko amphibious remote control truck for girls; so stay tuned for an upcoming review as we take it outside to play around with it. From unboxing it, I can say my first hand impression is that this toy is durably built and meant to be played with. Here are some details about this amphibious rc truck for girls:

  • It is waterproof and meant to be run across beaches, through mud puddles and gotten wet. Ruko just warns not to fully submerse the truck. So don't pretend it is a submarine. IPX6 waterproof rating.
  • This Ruko RC truck includes a rechargeable battery to power it that provides approximately 50 minutes per charge of play time. The remote control does require two AAA batteries though that are not included. 
  • The chassis height of the vehicle is optimized for having 4X4 off road fun. Climb over obstacles, race through different terrains, and splash through water with it.
  • 1:10 scale with working head lights and brake lights. 15.3 inches long, 10.3 inches wide and 8.2 inches high.
  • Anti-collision design includes sturdy front and rear bumpers. The rear bumper also serves as a carrying handle.
  • Also available in blue and green tones so there is a color option that will be appealing to any girl or boy.
  • Purchases made at include FREE shipping within the mainland United States.

This girl dad appreciates that Ruko made a 4X4 toy truck with a color scheme meant to be appealing to ladies. Making toys appealable to girls to entice them into becoming gearheads and having an interest in STEM is a plus in this dad's book. I'm always geeked when my daughter shares my interest in cars and motor sports. 

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